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Few Items Sept. 1, 1922 Wetumka Gazette
Posted by: Nita (ID *****6995) Date: October 28, 2007 at 17:36:21
In Reply to: Few Items Aug. 18, 1922 Wetumka Gazette by Nita of 32093

Wetumka Gazette
Wetumka, Hughes Co., Oklahoma
J. M. WATKINS, editor and proprietor

Friday, September 1, 1922

Article about “Our Visit in the Ozarks” which has the names: Mr. and Mrs. ED C. MCCULLOCH at Siloam Springs, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. MCCULLOCH and Mr. and Mrs. ROY GRAVES. After leaving Neosho, Missouri, the writer was at Afton to visit the former pastor Rev. and Mrs. M. L. SIMS now pastor of the First Methodist Church.

First Bale of Cotton
The first bale of cotton was brought in Monday night, Aug. 28 by W. A. ANDERSON, grown on the ED GILBERT farm.

Double Wedding
At one o’clock Monday morning, Dr. FRANKLIN MOORE was aroused from sleep and requested to perform a marriage ceremony. The parties were BOB BROOKS and Miss ORA MARGRAVES and ELMO BROOKS and Miss SULA MARGRAVES, all of Wetumka. They went to Holdenville late Sunday evening for licenses and did not get back until after midnight.

The editor wishes to thank M. C. MOORE, a successful farmer south of town, for one of the largest and best watermelons brought to the editor this season.

Rook Party
AGNES WINTERS gave a rook part Wednesday night at her home. Attending were THELMA LEDBETTER, CHRISTINE MACKEY, JEANETTE HOLMAN, PAULINE PEEVEY, LORENE BUSEY, MARGUERITE EDMONDS, EDNA DAVIS and VERNA BEMENT. Winning partners were AGNES and VERNA BEMENT.

Hay for sale at HARJO Flats. Call RX-25, Harjo Flats or W. C. KLEIN, Phone 241 Wetumka.

Local Happenings
DIXIE HALL had business at Okmulgee.
T. L. LEWIS had the paper sent to him.
W. J. MABREY called at this office.
GEORGE MORRISON of Ada visited here.
ED SWENGEL of Seminole drove over to visit relatives.
W. E. STAFFORD was at this office.
Miss LADELLE SHIVES of Norman is visiting her friend Miss MARGARET BRAZIL.
E. B. LUCAS of Fresno, California is visiting his brother J. F. LUCAS.
J. A. MOORE had business at Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. MOUNT visited her parents at Mena, Arkansas.
G. L. CARROLL visited his children at Ada.
J. C. PURYEAR had business at Holdenville.
Mrs. G. W. BENNETT of Holdenville is the guest of Mrs. J. J. SHANKLE.
J. J. SHANKLE of Henryetta was here with his family.
Miss CORINNA RILEY of Okemah visited here.
A.H. MYERS, proprietor of the O.K. Shoe Shop, subscribed for the Gazette.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. CRAVENS have a new 8 ˝ pounds daughter born at their home last Wednesday.
Mrs. LEONARD CRANE visited her brother and sister at Fort Worth.
Mrs. J. J. SHANKLE was in the hospital at Okmulgee.
EDGAR M. YOUNG arrived from Batesville, Arkansas to visit his sister Mrs. J. M. WATKINS and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. ROY JETER of Maud visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. HORTON.
Miss DOROTHY THOMPSON of Oklahoma City is visiting the BRAZIL family.
Rev. H. C. BUMPERS will conduct a two week revival at Judsonia, Arkansas.
FRED MCRAY, working in the oil field at Lyonsville, came to visit his parents.
Dr. C. P. WILLIAMS returned from Eureka Springs and other summer resorts in Arkansas.
Misses OVA and EVA STAFFORD returned from visiting relatives at Vian and Morris.
Misses LUCILLE and BERNICE BLACK and Messrs. JACK ROBERTSON, ROY GRISSOM, HERMAN GRIMES and MIKE SIMONS of Henryetta visited the J. E. TIGER home.
Postmaster W. A. GEREN attended the Republican state convention at Oklahoma City.
I will be in Wetumka early in September to organize a music class. Modern methods will be taught. For further information, call Mrs. F. R. PHELPS. LEILA ZINN.
Mrs. C. B. FORD and children of Charleston, Arkansas returned home after visiting her mother Mrs. J. C. WIGGINS.
Miss MYRTLE NELSON, former teacher here, now at Haileyville, visited Mrs. BERT SHABER.
ARCHIE SYEMS, employed with the Cadillac Motor Co. at Oklahoma City, visited relatives here.
Miss ERMA DILBECK returned from visiting at Lakeworth, Florida.
Miss PAULINE SWENGEL visited her aunt Mrs. P. A .BOLIN while she was en route home to Seminole after visiting her mother at Neoga, Illinois.
CHARLES A. JONES, mail carrier on Route 4, will attend the state convention for mail carriers at Enid. He is on the program.
CHARLES APPLING arrived from Bartow, Florida to visit his father GEORGE APPLING and family and to renew old acquaintances.
Mrs. D. J. CLAYTON of Waxahachie, Texas was called to the bedside of her sister Mrs. W. J. MABREY here then returned home, accompanied by her little niece, V. MABREY who will spent some time with her.

Supplement
Glad to Get Home
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. RICE, ED WINTERS and Mr. and Mrs. ROY RICE returned from a tour of west Oklahoma where crops are burned up. They attended hog sales, one at Chickasha of the herd of R. A. LYLES, and one at Cyril for W. E. HARMAN. Col. ED HERRIFF conducted the sales. They visited the veteran breeder W. A. WILLIAM at Marlow and saw the famous show herd of R. E. FINERTY at Oklahoma City.

Card of thanks for help during the illness and death of my wife from W. J. MABREY.

Happy Occasion
The T. E. L. class of the Baptist Sunday school met at the residence of Mrs. J. F. BUSEY to welcome home its teacher, Mother LEAKE, who had visited relatives at Carthage, Illinois. Mrs. Busey was assisted by her daughters, BESSIE LOUSIE and LORINE, in serving refreshments.

Texas Banner
Bro. GLENN and Bro. HARRIS are holding a meeting here.
Miss EVA GILBERT and Miss ELECTA BRATCHER spent Sunday with Mrs. J. C. GADDIS.
BEATRICE DILBECK spent Sunday with Miss LEONA and IDABELL TURNER.
RAYMOND DILBECK and RALPH HAYWOOD spent Sunday with Mr. CLIFTON and TOM RAILEY.
Mrs. JESS JACKSON is visiting her parents.
Mrs. MYRTLE SUMMY visited her mother.
FLOYD DILBECK was at Wetumka.
LORAL ALLEN was a guest of IDABEL TURNER.
ARTHUR ALLEN was a guest of Miss DEONA TURNER.

Prairie View
Mrs. NANCIE DAVIDSON and her sister Miss EMMA SULLIVAN returned to their home at Henryetta.
There were several families fishing on Deep Fork River: Mr. and Mrs. MAT DOBBS and children; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. RUSSELL and children; Mr. and Mrs. MEADOWS and children, Mr. and Mrs. BILL WILLIAMS, Mrs. WILLIAMS, Bro. and Mrs. LUTHER WILLIAMS.
Mrs. BARNEY HOLLOMON and children of Henryetta are visiting her brother RUFUS MCCLAIN.
Mr. and Mrs. O. T. GARRISON visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. F. GARRISON.
HOMER FLOWERS of Ada visited here.
Miss MAGGIE JAMINSON is visiting here.
WILLIE GRISSOM left to visit relatives at Pleasant Ridge and Carson.
Mr. and Mrs. DOCK STEPHENS and children took dinner with her mother Mrs. C. F. GARRISON.
The Literary School is progressing nicely with G. M. CARTER as principal and Miss BESSIE MURPHY as assistant.

Valley View
Misses CALLIE and SUSIE COOPER were guests of Misses CALLIE and ETHEL TOWERY.
CHARLES HOPKINS returned to the oil fields at Bristow.
Mrs. CUNNINGHAM visited Mrs. RAY.
Mrs. BERTHA BACHUS visited her sister at Wetumka.
Miss DONNIE YOUNG attended the singing here.
D. B. BELCHER dined with his uncle RUFE BELCHER.

Mrs. W. J. MABREY
After an illness of three months, Mrs. W. J. MABREY quietly passed to her reward Saturday afternoon, Aug. 26, at the age of 39 years. ..She leaves her husband, three sons and one daughter and a host of friends to mourn her taking away. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon by Rev. T. J. TOWNSEND and the body laid to rest in the Wetumka cemetery.

American Legion
The CLARENCE KITCHENS Post. No. 224 held open session. Co. Commander CHARLES ORR of Holdenville made the address; Rev. LEAKE of Texas gave a reading. There were musical numbers by Mesdames M. D. LUCAS, RAY PHELPS, and Miss JEANETTE MCCOY. The toastmaster was C. P. HICKS and other short toasts given by J. F. BUSEY, H. M. BRAZIL, PEARL JACKSON, GEORGE TURNER of Muskogee and A. B. GEREN.

Gopher
CLARA STOUT visited ESTHER WEST.
ETHEL TIPPIN visited MARGIE THOMASON.
FAY and ALINE SEXTON visited Mrs. WHEAT.
CYNTHIA THOMASON visited Mrs. MARY PULLEN.
Mrs. BRYANT and LUCY spent Saturday at the TIPPIN home.
Mrs. J. E. MANLEY was taken to Henryetta for an operation.
Mrs. HENRY THOMASON is visiting her daughter at Indianola.
Mrs. IKE SMITH visited Mrs. WEST.
DAVE CAMPBELL, ETHEL, SELMA and LOLA JOHNSON, Mrs. BRYANT and LUCY took dinner with Mrs. TIPPIN and family Sunday.
HOWARD TIPPIN and GERTRUDE and LOLA SMITH took supper with ESTHER and WESLEY WEST Sunday.
BILL JOHNSON visited ERNEST TIPPIN.
VERA THOMPSON visited her aunt Mr. STOUT.
GEORGE BAKER visited here on the hill.
HENRY WEST was bitten by a dog Friday.
JIM SMITH made his regular appointment at Mrs. TIPPIN’S Sunday.

Local Items
C. W. WILLIAMS had business at Dewar.
Miss ARTIE WARE returned from visiting home folks at Greenwood, Arkansas.
Miss NELLIE ROBISON visited her parents at Ada.
Miss VIVIAN HEMPHILL left for Wichita, Kansas where she teaches in the high school.
J. O. TOLER and C. L. HUGHEY had business at McAlester.
Mrs. I. L. SKINNER and son returned home to Kansas after visiting relatives. S. H. SKINNER accompanied them.
W. S. ROBINSON and RALPH BUSEY returned from Fort Smith.
Mrs. X. X. MCGEE and children returned from visiting her father at Kansas City.
Mrs. TOM SYMES is visiting her parents at Fort Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. TOMBERLIN and daughter Miss ALYE and Miss WILLA MCBEE returned from visiting at their old home in Arkansas.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E MORRIS returned from Siloam Springs, Arkansas and on their return visited her parents at Mounds.
RAY CASTLEBERRY called here and renewed his subscription. He has a splendid position with the Western Bankers Supply Co. He visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. E. G. CASTLEBERRY south of town.

Friday, September 8, 1922

About 75 members of the KKK visited Rev. FRED G. WATTS, the Baptist pastor after he returned from a tour of Europe. They expressed their thanks.

Assignment of Teachers
Mingo building
1st: Miss BERLA MCBEE
2nd: Miss GLADYS PHELPS
3rd: Miss VIRGIE ELROD
4th: Miss PATTIE SEAMONS
4th: Miss FLORENCE PEEVEY
Grades 6, 7, 8: Mrs. PEARL JACKSON, Miss JEWELL RANKIN
High school
1st: Mrs. W. E. JONES
2nd: Miss RUTH MCCOY
2nd: Miss RUBY WIGGISN
2nd: Miss FLORENCE BARLOW
3rd: Miss GENEVA GAMMILL
3rd: Miss INEZ BEMENT
4th: Mrs. ROSA LEE MOORE
5th: Miss LEONA ELROD
5th: Miss LOIS MAY
Garage building
T. J. DAVIS as principal, science and athletics
Mrs. E. O. SHAW for history and psychology
Mrs. S. M. PURYEAR for Latin and Spanish
No one named for mathematics and English
E. O. SHAW for specials and mathematics

Fire
The BRAZIL Mill and Elevator burned.

The Wetumka Township Fair will open Friday.

The second bale of cotton was brought in by A. B. ANNIS and raised on the T. E. KELLEY farm.

Local
X. S. MCGEE had business at Okmulgee.
J. L. RAMSAY had business at Holdenville.
JEFF JARRETT went on business to Oklahoma City.
Mrs. GORDON FULKS returned from visiting her brother at Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mrs. ED JARRETT and children are on an outing in the Kiamichi Mountains.
Rev. T. R. KAMPLAIN renewed his subscription.
Mrs. S. V. ROBINSON returned from visiting her parents at Chickasha.
Miss BESSIE NEELEY of Ada was the guest of Mrs. J. A. MOUNT.
J. R. SAXON and the editor had business at Weleetka.
NEAL PARSLEY subscribed to the paper.
CHARLES APPLING visited his father GEORGE APPLING and sisters Misses IRENE and EVELYN then returned to Bartow, Florida.
Miss MYRTLE BRAZIL will teach at Clinton.
J. E. THOMPSON arrived from Edmond to buy cotton here for this season.
Mr. and Mrs. TURNER MEADORS moved to Oklahoma City.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. GEREN and daughters Misses MILDRED and MARIE returned from Sparks and Shawnee where they visited his mother and other relatives.
Mrs. J. F. BUSEY visited her daughter Mrs. MATHIS and family at Tulsa.
Mrs. J. H. ROBERTS returned from visiting her sister at Forrest City, Arkansas.
G. L. HERRING went to Sapulpa to meet his children DONALD and VIRGINIA who were returning from visiting relatives at Billings, Missouri.
PAUL MOOMAW and family of Okemah were guests of Dr. FRANKLIN MOORE and family.
Mrs. S. M. BRADBURY subscribed to the Gazette.
Miss HELEN BARTLETT of Holdenville visited Miss LUCILE TAYLRO.
H. M. BRAZIL, WALKER and CARL JACKSON drove to Holdenville.
CLYDE HAYDEN returned from Oklahoma City.
C. O. WILSON subscribed.
MAXINE and CHARLES GOSS of Fruita, Colorado arrived to visit their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. MCLEOD.
W. N. DILBECK, the blacksmith, subscribe to the Gazette to be sent to his father at Elida, New Mexico.

Hobson
Mr. and Mrs. DOCK HUNT and children visited Mr. and Mrs. T. B. MCCLELLAN.
Misses BLANCHE and FAY HINTON/HINSON visited Misses ETHEL and IVA MCCALLIE/MCCALLEY.
Mr. and Mrs. BEDFORD and children of Alabama visited the J. A. BELL home.
Little MYRTLE BELL has been ill.
MARIE and ALMA WALKER visited LELA CARDWELL.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. LITTRELL and children visited the C. JOHNSON home.
Quite a crowd at the C. WALKER home Sunday; Rev. and Mrs. H. E. PETERS and children of Weleetka, Mr. and Mrs. J. DAVISON and children LELA and GERTIE, Mr. and Mrs. JOHN BANTA and son, Miss EUNICE BANTA, Grandpa MORGAN, KAZA BUCKLEY, and HENRY and MARY MARSHALL.
Miss ETHEL EASON visited her brother CHARLES EASON near Greasy Creek.

Valley View
Mr. and Mrs. AMBROSE YOUNG visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. S. A. YOUNG.
Mr. and Mrs. ELMER JENKINS visited her sister Mr. and Mrs. TOM SANDERS Sunday.
EDITH CROWNOVER took supper with DOLLIE STITES Sunday.
CALLIE TOWERY visited the CUNNINGHAM home.
Miss RUTH, BEULAH and OPAL BELCHER visited their cousin GRACE BELCHER.
EMMA KLEIN has been sick.
Mr. and Mrs. RUFUS COLLINS visited the MCCARTY home.
ISAAC COLLINS and GRADY HARRISON visited the CUNNINGHAM boys.
There was a pound supper at the CUNNINGHAM home Thursday in honor of the 19th birthday of Miss VINNIE.

Gopher
MARGIE THOMASON visited FAY and ALINE SEXTON.
Mrs. J. E. MANLEY returned from the hospital.
VIOLA CHAPMAN visited ETHEL TIPPIN.
A brother of I. N. STOUT and his family visited them.
NEOMA CHAPMAN is ill.
SELMA TIPPIN visited at Big Springs.
PAUL BRYANT returned from Wewoka.
WESLEY WEST visited HOWARD TIPPIN.

Hickory Ridge
Mr. and Mrs. TOM SMITH of Okmulgee County were guests of Texas Jack and Patsy.
Mr. and Mrs. WILCE B. LEE were guests of Texas Jack and Patsy.
Mr. and Mrs. JESS HUNTER of Bird Springs were guests at the W. B. PROCTOR home.
Mr. and Mrs. JOHN COLLINS shopped in Weleetka.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. JOHNSON visited DILLARD JOHNSON.

Local Items
Ms. W. S. ROBINSON left for Chisholm and other Texas points to visit her mother.
Mrs. E. A. SEELEY of Charleston, Arkansas returned home after visiting her daughter Mrs. J. L. RAMSEY.
Rev. FRED G. WATTS, pastor of the Baptist Church, returned from a tour in Europe.
Mrs. FRANKLIN MOORE left for Greenville, Texas after visit her son. Her little granddaughter little LOUISE accompanied her home.

Friday, September 15, 1922

WHITFIELD-CAIN
LORA MAE WHITFIELD and WILLIE CAIN drove to Holdenville and were united in marriage. H. H. DARKS performed the ceremony. An elegant supper was prepared by Mrs. J. A. CAIN, mother of the groom. They left for Sapulpa where he has a position with the Frisco R.R.

Members of the K.K.K. visited the church at Bixby where Rev. J. E. TIGER was finishing his sermon and stated they were behind him and his people in their work, but they were against bootleggers and gamblers and would put them out of business.

Local
J. J. SHANKLE spent Sunday here with his family.
RAY THOMPSON is entering school at Ada.
W. E. SHABER, good farmer, was here to see us.
SOUTH MOORE was here visiting friends and attending the fair.
Mrs. KOLB returned from visiting her daughter at Ardmore.
Miss BERTHA BLOOM is attending O.U.
JOE ADWON visited in Holdenville.
CLAY BUMPERS is attending Hendrix College at Conway, Arkansas.
G. W. NEESE called at this office.
Mrs. PATTERSON of Jefferson City, Missouri visited her sister Mrs. J. H. ROBERTS
THEO BURNETT and CASTLE MACKEY were at Okemah.
ED NOLAN, rural route mail carrier, visited his mother at the hospital at Shawnee.
Miss PAULINE SLOVER, former teacher here, is teaching at Okemah and visited Mrs. M. L. POTTS.
Miss INA ROBISON taught at Fairview and returned to Ada.
HERBERT and RALPH HEAD of Muskogee visited their cousin, H. J. HAYS and family.
Mrs. PITCHFORD and Miss LEE MOSSMAN of Okmulgee visited Mrs. J. A. MOUNT.
J. A. TIPPIT, one of our progressive young men, subscribed to the Gazette.
Miss JEANETTE MCCOY left to attend William Woods College at Fulton, Missouri.
Miss BENNIE CHITWOOD is at O.U.
L.B. GEREN of Shawnee visited his brother W. A. GEREN and family.
Mr. and Mrs. EARL JAMESON and daughter MARY ALLEN of Wichita Falls arrived to visit Mr. and Mrs. S. M. PURYEAR.
Miss CATHERINE HOLMAN is at O.U.
Miss LEILA ZINN of Wagoner arrived to teach her music class.
Mrs. B. W. ANDERSON of Marionsville, Missouri is visiting her sister Mrs. G. L. HERRING and her brother H. L. JONES.
JEFF SMITH, one of the largest farmers in the county, called here.
Dr. FRANKLIN MOORE took his daughter Miss BETTIE to attend college at Conway, Arkansas.
Mrs. LUTHER HARRISON of Holdenville visited her father ROBERT SHARP who has been ill.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. PURYEAR and Mr. and Mrs. CHARLES E. SHABER drove to visit at Okmulgee.
Mrs. S. WILLIAMS of Shawnee visited her sister Mrs. C. W. MAYBERRY.
W. H. LEE, one of the large planters on Route 4, called to renew his subscription.
Miss ELMIRA GRIFFIN, sister of Mrs. R. D. CRAVENS, returned to Muskogee.
Miss GLADYS PHELPS arrived to teach and will live with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. PHELPS.
Mrs. TOM SYMES returned from Fort Smith.
W. T. ASHER, one of the good farmers on Route 4, was here to renew.
Miss IRENE WILLIAMS, former stenographer for the First National Bank, passed through en route to attend O.U.
Miss SALABEL ATKISSON, one of our teachers last term, is teaching at Henryetta and visited Miss NITA MILLER here.
GLEN MILLER arrived from Los Angeles, California to visit his mother Mrs. J. J. SHANKLE and sisters Misses NITA and THESSEL MILLER.
Mr. and Mrs. AUTEN and two daughters spent the night with their daughter Mrs. HENRY BOWLES and husband; they were on their way to Okmulgee and Pawhuska.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. BOLIN drove to Holdenville to meet their grandson CARL Jr. of Talihina. His parents will move here.
Mrs. WASH GRAYSON, mother of Chief WASH GRAYSON of the Creek Indians, and daughter Mrs. SMOCK and Miss SHIM SOCK of Eufaula visited relatives here.
The A. L. DODSON family of Carthage, Missouri are visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. T. RICE. Mrs. Dodson is the former Miss WHITE, a sister of Mrs. Rice.
Mr. and Mrs. FRANKS and baby RUTH of Augusta, Maine are at the POTTS boarding house. Mr. Franks says this is one of the best little towns he has been in.
JEFF CANARD called to renew his subscription. They moved from Clearview to their splendid new house just southwest of town.
Mrs. EDGAR M. YOUNG and daughter Miss CHLOE VIDA arrived from Batesville, Arkansas to join Mr. Young.
Texas Banner
FRED KENDALL visited EUGENE HIGGINS near Lamar.
Mr. and Mrs. TOMMY TURNER lost their three year old son, HOWARD TURNER who died from tonsillitis and diphtheria. He was laid to rest in the McMahan cemetery by his little brother. Bro. SAVAGE held the services.
Mrs. BROOKLINES and two sons of Roff attended the funeral of her grandson HOWARD TURNER.
CARL KENDALL visited the WOOLVERTON home.
ROBERT LEE and CASIE SHOPSHIRE pulled one over on us. They were married and kept it a secret.
Mr. and Mrs. GID SUMMEY are the proud parents of a 7 pound son.

Prairie View
Miss BESSIE MURPHY, the assistant teacher, returned home to Okfuskee.
NORMAN HILDERBRAND visited here.
Mr. HAYS, RUBY and MARTHA of Texas Banner came over to church.
FLORA and HENRY RUSSELL returned from a visit at Jenks.
LONNIE VAUGHN of Pleasant Ridge visited here.
Miss LOIS HOLLOMAN returned to Henryetta.
Miss BERNICE HUGHES and Miss FLORA RUSSELL will attend high school at Wetumka.
BEN MAYS returned to Texas Banner.

Friday, September 20, 1922

JOHN D. JONES
Born near Billings, Montana, Sept. 18, 1858 died Sept. 27, 1922. Moved to Oklahoma in 1911 and located at Wetumka. He leaves a wife and six children and numerous grandchildren to mourn his loss.




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